What makes Club Congress more than just a club is the fact that it actually is more than just a club. Housed in the historic Hotel Congress, it's a restaurant and a live music venue as well, which makes Club Congress the most versatile space for travelers, eaters, drinkers and dancers this side of the Rio Grande. The Club itself, combining three (and sometimes four, if you include the lobby) bars into one, offers enough differently themed dance nights to get just about anybody's groove on, the most popular being Blue Mondays, or, as most people refer to it, '80s-night-at-Congress. Club Congress is a Tucson landmark not only for its historic location, but for its history as a place where you can count on cheap drink specials and good music, live or DJed, nearly every night.
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